tortise at paradise
Mar 7, 2010, 12:57 AM
Post #8 of 11
---- Original Message -----
Re: Problem with desktop extending beyond screen edge
[In reply to]
From: "Ross and Jemima Knudsen" <ross.jemima [at] gmail>
To: "MythTV in NZ" <mythtvnz [at] lists>
Sent: Sunday, March 07, 2010 9:16 PM
Subject: Re: [mythtvnz] Problem with desktop extending beyond screen edge
> Tortise wrote:
>> Hmmm. Can you though? Is it actually displaying true 1080p as claimed? One test is to display an image with alternating
>> parallel adjacent lines that are each a pixel wide and see if they are detailed, as well as if they are all detailed. Test
>> patterns are also available on the Internet. There should be 1080 horizontal lines seen (and debatably 1920 vertical lines) for
>> 1080p display.
> Would you be able to post an image and I will test.
I hope its ok to do so... I hacked this up for you. You should be able to see all the lines - the 3 black lines at each corner (x
four), as well as the ten horizontal lines in the middle.
Also see this comprehensive site... http://www.w6rz.net/
> I assume that it is displaying the whole 1080 lines as my Windows laptop
> did recognise and switch to 1080 resolution and the edges of the screen
> were all visible.
Scaled images are not always what they seem.
> Note I don't really want to have to count all the
> lines ;-).
OK. Me neither, so I won't suggest you do that, we have cpus, software and images that can do that!